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Find the princess, so far she's always in another castle, playing Donkey Kong
I'm a teacher and student. I like to share knowledge, occassionally, but I can't spell for shit. I am a boxing journalist with a passion for the "sweet science," but I don't like violence.
I have many friends internationally. My girlfriend is smarter than the average beer. I've travelled to New Zealand and South Korea. I enjoy cooking new things.
I enjoy intelligent conversation, but I also enjoy laughter.
The meaning of life is love. You have to love what you do. If you love life, then you're experiencing the true meaning of life.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
A few years ago, I learned about couchsurfing from a friend in Korea. He introduced me to couchsurfers that he was hosting. We all went out around the local area and had dinner and drinks. I met several of his surfers during the year that I lived in that area. I was intrigued by the different people.
As I stated earlier, I learned about couchsurfing from my friend in South Korea. And now, I am surfing at a couchsurfer's house in South Korea. He's been the most hospitable host. See my review for more details.
Boxing, education, reading, writing, exercise, hanging out with my girlfriend, playing video games, talking with friends.
- video games
Music, Movies, and Books
Back to the Future, Ghostbusters, The Terminator
Alice Cooper, Disturbed, Madonna
The Dark Tower series, Harry Potter, The Stand
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
I guess many people would say an amazing thing I have done is live and teach English in South Korea.
I was more amazed to witness a friend shatter three Guinness World Records. First, he punched a punching pag for 37 and a half hours. Then, he kicked a bag 160 times in a minute. Finally, he doubled the kick-a-thon record by kicking a kick bag for 22 and a half hours. The endurance and perseverance required for each seem unreachable to me, so it was amazing to witness.
Teach, Learn, Share
I can teach: English, how to use a computer, or how to write. If you need to know how to cook ramen, change a tire, or use a washing machine in Korea, I can help you.
I'm interested in learning about people, their histories, their experiences that have led to who they are today, and who they wish to be in the future.
Countries I’ve Visited
New Zealand, South Korea
Countries I’ve Lived In